BEST WESTERN Woodstock Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 7 ounces and is loving his nightly bath! (I think he must think he's going back where it's always nice and warm!)
I couldn't do any of this without my darling Bob and the emails and phone calls from family and friends. We'll stay in better touch now that the surgery is over. We are so sorry if we worried you with a bit of a gap in blog postings. I'm really doing pretty well for being only one week out from surgery!
Love you all!
... very Zen-like in my imagined actualization of the event. Everything would be freshly washed and rolled to perfection, pesky, quick-to-open toiletry items would be sealed neatly in zip-lock bags, and I would be perfectly equipped with only the most basic needs for my travels. That way I would be assured I only had what I needed and nothing would go wasted or unused.
Plus, it would make the day-to-day carrying of my bags all that much easier.
... idealistic ********, in all honesty. As if it were something I wrote to sound pretty, so I could one day look back & remember how blissfully cinematic it all felt. But the idea that I actually believed what I'd written? No chance!
But 3 years later, here I am, about to tell you all that yeah, I feel it again. This connection with the past. This absurd sense of familiarity in entirely foreign surroundings. It's a ridiculous notion but ...
We went back to the Mapleberry restaurant for breakfast this morning then off to the Polish Museum of America. This is the oldest ethnic museum in Chicago. In the foyer on the 3rd floor there is a beautiful sled that is over 200 years old. It was carved out of one big log. The King of Poland had it made as a Christmas present for his young daughter.
I also learned more about a few famous Polish people who were an ...
... power. We played with some of the more than 50 amazing experiments that take two floors and 26,000 square feet to contain. It’s a perfect storm of physics, chemistry and curiosity. We were blown away by the tornado, a 40-foot vortex of swirling air and vapor in the middle of the gallery. Some folks were able to manipulate air flow causing different patterns in the mist. We were all mesmerized by the power and beauty of Mother Nature.
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